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Provide students with basic knowledge of robot control and its application in industrial production, so that they acquire a working knowledge of how to program it and use it and the possibilities of its application.
This includes knowledge of basic design and control of robots and programming for its use in industrial applications. Knowing what robots are, how they are formed and what they fumdamentos for Understanding the control architecture of robots. Relationship between functional specifications and control requirements. Implications for the hardware Know how to determine the requirements for sensors and mechanical drive system from the functional specifications. Baarrientos apply criteria for these elements.
At the end of this topic the student eobotica be able to: Enumerate formats of representations of the position and orientation of robot manipulators. Calculate transformations between reference systems in direct and reverse sense. Using standard software Fundaments to perform these calculations.
Knowing the Denavit-Hartember parameters associated with certain types of manipulators Writing the Jacobian speed matrix associated with a particular type of manipulator Obtaining articular trajectories corresponding to a simplified dynamic model. Understanding the importance of the trajectories and the conditioning Resolving the problem of the generation of joint trajectories for robot manipulators Know the different types of robot programming and its usefulness Learning the RAPID programming language for robots and how to structure a program for performing tasks with robots.
Knowing the possibilities of the application of robots in industrial tasks and is useful when their use Knowing how solve problems that require industrial automation robots Being able to assess the needs of integrating automatic operations with robots and robotiac security and learn the methodology to bagrientos to meet those needs. For what are they used?.
Control requirements from functional specifications.
Implications of hardware requirements. Practical choice of hardware and software architecture. What robot do I need? Requirements barroentos, mechanics and drive system set from the functional specifications. Selection criteria of sensors. Selection Criteria of the mechanics. Selection criteria of the drive system.
Position and orientation barriehtos the plane and in space. Transformation of coordinate systems: Format homogeneous transformation 4×4 matrix. Arithmetic transformations, transformations composition, inverse transformations. Examples, using the Matlab.
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Other representations of orientation. Links between kinematic articulationts. Relations between the reference systems of the articulations. Determining the final position of a manipulator with a concatenation of transformations. Space coordinates of the articulatios in relation to Cartesian space. The inverse kinematics problem. Existence of multiple solutions.
How to tackle the constraints problem. Generating trajectories Targets in programming robots.
Program structures in robots programming. Applying the robot at production. The robot as a flexible machine.
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Machines and systems integration in a set of production with robots. Transactions with robots and compliance with security machines fundamehtos. The practices are related to the theoretical contents of the subject, and they have the purpose To complement and reinforce the concepts and abilities acquired in the theoretical part.
The purpose of the practices is to know how to use a simulation environment for robots, as well as a specific industrial robot Practices 1 and 4 Exercises for the representation of robotized stations and simulation of the robot movement with Robot Studio simulation and ABB Robot, model IRB The practices have three purposes: Description of the expected delivery and links with the evaluation: Each of these tests has a specific agenda associated, with no recoveries.
Using standard software Matlab to perform these calculations Understanding the importance of the trajectories and the conditioning Resolving the problem of the generation of joint trajectories for robot manipulators Know the different types of robot programming and its usefulness Learning the RAPID programming language for robots and how to structure a program for performing tasks with robots Knowing the possibilities of the application of robots in industrial tasks and is useful when their use Knowing how solve problems that require industrial automation robots Being able to assess the needs of integrating automatic operations with robots and their security and learn the methodology to follow to meet those needs.
Introduction, morphology, architecture, Sensors Introduction to robots: Mathematical Models Position and orientation in the plane and in space.
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Physical Models Links between kinematic articulationts. Programming robots Generating trajectories Targets in programming robots.
Applications Applying the robot at production. Written test of the contents developed in topics 2 and 3 Description of the expected delivery varrientos links with the evaluation: Written test of the contents developed in themes 1,4, 5 and 6 Description of the expected delivery and links with the evaluation: IRC5 – RobotWare 5.